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Makaha SS T-Shirt Duck Egg - Meadow of Malmö
Makaha SS T-Shirt Duck Egg - Meadow of Malmö
Makaha SS T-Shirt Duck Egg - Meadow of Malmö
Makaha SS T-Shirt Duck Egg - Meadow of Malmö

Makaha SS T-Shirt Duck Egg (2020)

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Boxy fit

300g cotton tube knit

Made in Japan

Pre shrunk

Makaha SS T-Shirt Duck Egg from Sunray Sportswear. Sunray T-shirts have a traditional fit inspired by the feel of the 50's. Relaxed, boxier and slightly shorter than a modern fit. The collar, rib-design and fabrics are also traditional. Sunray has design protection on the neck detail of the Makaha T-shirts. Made in Japan.

All Sunray T-shirts are made in Japan. Japanese clothing production is probably the best in the world. They are made on an antique circular knitting machine. These machines were used before production became much more mechanized, where production volume took precedence over quality. These antique machines can only produce 1 meter per hour (a t-shirt needs about 1.2 meters). The machine puts the cotton into a tube at just 24 rpm and makes it possible to produce a T-shirt that has no side seam. The slow revolution rate means the cotton is laid down softly and without any form of tension. No tension and no side seam results in a garment that can almost never lose its shape. The slow knitting and meticulous process of producing a T-shirt result in each Sunray T-shirt taking over 1.5 hours to manufacture.

The manufacturer that makes the Sunray products has been around since 1926 and has been in the same family for 3 generations. They once made uniforms for the Japanese Imperial Palace.

s = 40, m = 42, l = 44, xl = 46

Ludjero is 179 cm tall, slim built and wears M.

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